The NPPA Pin is available again.
ALL proceeds from the sale of the NPPA pins will be equally donated to the Society of Former Special Agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation Foundation http://www.socxfbi.org/ and the Red Cloud Indian School, Pine Ridge, South Dakota http://www.redcloudschool.org/
Please note: These are not tax-deductible donations but will be contributed equally to the Society Foundation and Red Cloud; no charitable donations will be claimed by the NPPA or any other individual: Unlike, Leonard Peltier, and the Leonard Peltier Defense-Offense Committee, who illegally launders their “donations” through a third-party shill. The NPPA has posted its finances and defies Peltier to do the same. No one knows how much money Peltier and the LPDOC (and formerly the LPDC) have scammed from supporters who are only buying into the myth.
Heraldry of the NPPA Lapel Pin
The colors, deep black contrasting with bright and shining gold represents the divergence of views of those on each side of the Peltier issue. A circular pin with two circles representing the narrow and continuous path followed by those in the law enforcement profession to balance personal interests in favor of the common good and protecting the life and liberty of citizens. A simple "In Memory" to honor all those who have given their lives in the line of duty. The shield, often the only thing standing between the law enforcement officer and those who would do him or her harm. A banner, reaching out to touch both sides of the inner circle representing the camaraderie of those who walk in a close circle and have chosen a special profession. And the date of death in the line of duty of two young men who were wounded, murdered, and left on a muddy road in an isolated field in South Dakota. Click here to learn more.
The NPPA pin is now available and was created to honor the sacrifice of FBI
Agents' Jack Coler and Ron Williams and to continue the awareness of the
guilt of Leonard Peltier.